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Public Lecture: History of Japanese Art Since the 1950s

The lecture highlights significant artists and collectives including Gutai, Neo Dada, High Red Center, and Mono-ha.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

ART Auditorium, Art Building, UHM

5:45 -- 6:20 pm, Reception

6:30 -- 7:30 pm, Public Lecture

All events are free and open to the public.

Parking fees may apply.

Director of Toshio Shimizu Art Office, TOSHIO SHIMIZU is an art critic, independent curator, and a professor at Gakushuin Women's College in Japan. He also holds the position of art director of public art at Tokyo Midtown. In addition, Shimizu served as a curator at Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, and as an artistic director at Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito. His recent focus is on the cultivation of exhibitions and public art. He completed his studies at the Tokyo Metropolitan University and École du Louvre, Paris. This lecture is co-sponsored by the department's partner, Tokyo Midtown.

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